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Cambiasso believes Inter can keep going

Published: Tuesday 6 April 2010, 21.52CET
FC Internazionale Milano midfielder Esteban Cambiasso said that having won 1-0 at PFC CSKA Moskva, adding to an identical UEFA Champions League quarter-final first-leg victory and their last-16 elimination of Chelsea FC, the Nerazzurri are capable of beating anyone in the competition. "We came here to play our own game without thinking about the result of the first leg," Cambiasso said. "We were very determined to earn another good result and I think we fully deserved this victory. Reaching the semi-finals is already a good achievement but we will try to take a further step regardless of our opponents. I think we can beat any team if we play at our best, as we have done since the knockout stage started."
Published: Tuesday 6 April 2010, 21.52CET

Cambiasso believes Inter can keep going

FC Internazionale Milano midfielder Esteban Cambiasso said that having won 1-0 at PFC CSKA Moskva, adding to an identical UEFA Champions League quarter-final first-leg victory and their last-16 elimination of Chelsea FC, the Nerazzurri are capable of beating anyone in the competition. "We came here to play our own game without thinking about the result of the first leg," Cambiasso said. "We were very determined to earn another good result and I think we fully deserved this victory. Reaching the semi-finals is already a good achievement but we will try to take a further step regardless of our opponents. I think we can beat any team if we play at our best, as we have done since the knockout stage started."
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